Does anyone know what the parts you use to connect the Boe-Bot up to the computer are called? If so please tell me. The only cord I have that connects to the Boe-Bot and the computer would be a USB cord.
i am working with LM324 quad op amp , making a normal inverting amplifier with DC offset. the amplifier take a saturated signal come from another amplifier and try to add the DC offset and the gain is 1. the problem is this opamp take a lot of supply currents ( 35 mA) though it must be only 1.3 mA. Any one could help me to know what is the source of this high current ? :blank:
I have a usb boe bot i used for school to sale it has the Arduino uno with it and all parts are there. If interested please message me and i will send pictures and any additional information.
Forth is very flexible with inputting and outputting numbers in any base, the most common being decimal, hex, and binary. Normally you just set the base you want but sometimes you want to make sure that no matter what the base is set to that a number is recognized correctly. Other times you may want a number to be more recognizable such as 80,000,000 and so on.
So here's a quick introduction to the way we can specify how literal numbers are handled on input into Tachyon, which makes
Updated 10-26-2014 at 02:46 PM by Peter Jakacki